The Psychology of Buying

Which statement is correct? Buying is logical – and negotiation is emotional. Buying is emotional – and negotiation is logical. Fact: For 95%, buying is an emotional process. Think about it; very few people need to buy a different vehicle than the one they have now. They buy because they want a different vehicle. Price …

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Sell More – 85% Are There To Buy

You know that vehicle you really like? Do you remember the first few times you drove it? Remember how excited you were when you were talking about it with your customers? It’s time to drive all your cars again and light up your enthusiasm and excitement on each model so you can transfer your excitement …

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Ask Joe: Do I spend too much time working deals?

Ask Joe: How much time should you spend ‘selling’ vs. ‘working the deal’? You’ll spend about 2 hours making most sales and the outcome depends on how you spend your time. a. Spend the first 20 minutes focused on the money and you’ll spend the better part of 2 hours negotiating price. Result: 6% Delivery …

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Ask Joe: About Those ‘Be-Backs’

“Joe, when someone leaves without buying and then comes back in, why do you suggest we demo the vehicle again, before we go inside to work the deal?” As an 8-car salesperson, when people came back, I was so pumped I’d head straight inside and get bummed when they left without buying. What happened? When …

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Common Mistakes That Cost You Sales

Mistakes in sports cost you goals, points and eventually the game. Mistakes in sales cost you units, bonuses and commission each month. In sports, when you recognize you’re doing something wrong, or that you could be doing better, the obvious solution is to practice, practice and practice some more. The more you practice, the better …

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First Impressions Matter – Good or Bad

Customers make 1st impressions of everything, including your cars. If it’s a bad 1st impression, does that make it… ❑ Easier to close the sale –OR– ❑ Tougher to close the sale? Why tougher? Because when you show a vehicle that isn’t clean, won’t start, or runs out of gas on the demo, you create …

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‘Core 4 Selling’ Led The Way To More Sales

“JVTN® is my foundation…My new average is 21 units per month!” “I have been in the car business just 5 months and I am so thankful to my dealership for having JVTN® training to provide me with a firm foundation to build upon. I started training on Joe Verde Training Network® Day 1 with Joe …

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Ditch The Fear…

Somebody asked me a long time ago, “Aren’t you afraid you won’t make enough in commission some months?” My answer, “No way – not ever!” Why? Because it’s just math! If you average $7,500 per month from doing (x) # of activities, with (x) skills, and spend (x) time doing it, as long as you …

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$94,423 Raised For CCI At ADESA Auction At NADA Convention

In a continued effort to support Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), ADESA held an auction during the 2017 NADA Convention in New Orleans that raised $94,423 for the NADA Foundation and CCI. Retired Army Sgt. Steve Blackman and his service dog, Gottlieb, attended the auction to represent Canine Companions. “My life has completely changed. No …

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New “Events” Course on JVTN.com

New “Events” Course Now Live After Debuting at the NADA Convention Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) today announced the launch of a new training course: “Sell More Units Before, During And After All Of Your Events.” “We want to show you how to take that next event, whether it’s that super extravaganza …

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Apply What You Learn In Class…

“If I could go back 20 years to apply what I learned in Joe’s class…” “I have been in car sales over 20 years and if I could go back 20 years with what I learned at Joe Verde’s ‘How To Sell A Car Today’ Workshop, I would be retired now with more money than …

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Lazy People ‘Work Harder’ Than Pros

My first five years, I had to work bell to bell every day just to sell 8 units. Then one day I realized I wasn’t an 8 car guy, I was a 4-car guy working two shifts every day and most of my days off. Working double shifts now and then and coming in on …

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Joe Verde Launches New Website!

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) announced the launch of their newly updated and revamped website: www.joeverde.com Commenting on the new site, Joe Verde, President, Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., stated, “Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors an easier way to learn about our services and …

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JV Trainer Sean Gardner Will Speak At NADA

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) today announced that their trainer, Sean Gardner, has been selected to present a workshop, “Turn Millennial Price Shoppers into Loyal Customers,” at the annual NADA Convention in New Orleans, LA, January 26-29. Commenting on his workshop, Gardner stated, “There are 80 million-plus millennials in the U.S. They’re …

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Remember Our Wounded Vets For The Holidays…

Let’s remember our wounded veterans this holiday season…As many of you know, I’ve been a strong supporter of Canine Companions for Independence – they provide highly trained assistance dogs for wounded vets. We’ve donated to CCI’s Wounded Veterans Initiative through both the NADA Charitable Foundation and the annual Diamond Ball. I’ve seen up close how …

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The Santa Guarantee…

You’re down to the wire, and if you want to go out with a bang, just do the things 20-30 car guys do: • Look, Act, Sound and Think like a pro in sales this month! • Leave problems and everything other than selling at the curb, and just go to work to sell a …

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